Chenoa Deemal

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Gender
Female
Age Range
25 - 35
Height
162cm
Base Location
Sydney
Available In
Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney
Skills
Actor
Pdf Bio

Agent

Acting Agent
Mollison Keightley Management

Feature Photo
Chenoa Deemal

Credits

2019

Stage
Solo show
The 7 Stages of Grieving (US tour)
Grin & Tonic/Australian Theatre Company
Jason Klarwein
Stage
Jess Wright
The Longest Minute (Queensland tour)
Queensland Theatre
Bridget Boyle
Stage
Linda
Holy Day
The New Natives Theatre Company
Barbara Rubin

2018

Stage
Jessica Wright
The Longest Minute
Queensland Theatre Company
Bridget Boyle

2017

Stage
Tess
Sorting Out Rachel
Ensemble Theatre
Nadia Tass
Presenter
Narrator
Stradbroke Chamber Musica Festival
Stage
Grace
An Octoroon
QTC
Nakkiah Lui
Stage
Solo show
The 7 Stages of Grieving (national tour + London)
QTC/Grin & Tonic Theatre Company
Jason Klarwein
Stage
Ruby
Mr Takahashi & Other Falling Secrets
Corrugated Iron Youth Arts
Suellen Maunder

2016

Short Film
Cara
Love Song Dedication
Sarah Bassiuoni
Stage
Beth
St Mary's in Exile
QTC
Jason Klarwein
Stage
Jessie
A Man With Five Children
Darlinghurst Theatre
Anthony Skuse

2015

Other
Mrs Fitzgerald
The Voice in the Walls (return seasons)
Imaginary Theatre
Thom Browning
Stage
Solo show
The 7 Stages of Grieving
QTC/Grin & Tonic Theatre Company
Jason Klarwein

2014

Stage
Mrs Fitzgerald
The Voice in the Walls
Imaginary Theatre
Thom Browning
Stage
Hannah Llewellyn
The Chorus of Disapproval
QUT
Terence Clarke
Stage
Mrs Loomis
Splendour in the Grass
QUT
Leonard Meenach
Stage
Ensemble
Mneumonic
QUT
Adam Cook

2013

Stage
Calpurnia/Servants/Soldier
Julius Caesar
QUT (Acting)
Jennifer Flowers
Stage
Kattrin
Mother Courage
Queensland Theatre Company
Wesley Enoch

2012

Stage
Rebecca Nurse
The Crucible
Queensland University of Technology
Mark Radvan

2011

Stage
Dolly Banks
Rainbow's End
Riverside Theatre Company
Craig Ilott

2010

Television
Crocness
Splatalot
Marble Media
Rae Upton

2009

Short Film
Liana
Transit
Qpix
Tamara Whyte
Stage
Desdemona, Hamlet & many others
The Works of William Shakespeare by Chicks
Centre Stage
Leah Pelinkhof
Stage
Dawn
Red Sanctuary
Metro Arts
Tamara Whyte
Stage
Dolly Banks
Rainbow's End
Riverside Theatre Company
Craig Ilott

Training

2003 - 2005
The Aboriginal Centre for the Performing Arts (ACPA)
Advanced Diploma of the Performing Arts
Acting
2012 - 2014
Queensland University of Technology
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Acting)
Acting

Skills & Attributes

Shoe Size
7
Clothing Size
Female - 8
Bra Size
DD
Professional Skills
Actor

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Notes

Chenoa Deemal is a proud Thiithaarr Warra woman of the Guugu Yimithirr tribe of Hopevale in Far North QLD. From 2003-2005 She studied at The Aboriginal Centre for Performing Arts, Majoring in Acting and completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Acting) at Queensland University of Technology and graduated in 2014. 2018 Matilda Award Nominee - Best Actress in a Leading Role ('The Longest Minute'). In May 2018 Chenoa played Jess in Queensland Theatre’s ‘The Longest Minute’, a co-production with DeBase Theatre Company and JUTE Theatre Company. Earlier in 2018 she played Tess in Ensemble Theatre Company’s ‘Sorting Out Rachel’ by David Williamson. In 2017 her credits include Grace in Queensland Theatre’s ‘An Octoroon’ and a national and international tour of ‘The 7 Stages of Grieving’ ( A Queensland Theatre & Grin and Tonic Theatre Troupe production) performing at the Sydney Opera House and the Origins Festival in London. In early 2016 she travelled to Montreal where The Seven Stages of Grieving was part of the International Performing Arts for Youth (IPAY) Conference. She has played Kattrin in Queensland Theatre Company's Mother Courage, directed by Wesley Enoch. Chenoa undertook a five month national tour of ‘Rainbow’s End’ playing Dolly Banks for the Riverside Theatre Company in 2011, alongside Lillian Crombie, Christine Anu and directed by Craig Ilott. In 2010 she travelled to Canada to film ‘Splatalot’ with Marble Media in association with BBC and ABC Australia which aired on ABC3. Previously she played the lead character Dawn in Red Sanctuary by Tamara Whyte which had a season at the Metro Arts Sue Benner Theatre in Nov 2009. Chenoa made her professional debut in Sydney as Dolly Banks in Riverside Theatre Company’s first production of Rainbow’s End by Jane Harrison.